tv CBS4 Morning News-5A CBS October 7, 2016 5:00am-5:30am MDT
. good morning everyone. this is the news on friday, october 7th. you made it. >> here's what's happening cbs4 morning news, jamie is live. reporter: we have a large perimeter set up on the north side as dpd continues to search for a dangerous man. >> hurricane matthew whipping through florida. it's going to be a long day and weekend ahead. the latest on this storm coming up. >and severe weather hits the midwest as well. we'll take a look at the damage that spread through some 13
back to the hurricane now. the storm is set to take aim at florida, georgia and the carolinas. this morning, the critical question is will it make land fall and where. hurricane matthew weakened from a category 4 to cat 3 overnight. it's gripping the area with 120- mile per hour winds. this morning, matthew was 90 miles south east of daytona beach. forecasters predict storm se feet. they say as many as 15 inches of rape could fall. reporter: you see right now, we're in the midst of hurricane force winds. we are now here in vero beach in indiana county right off the east coast. i want to show you behind me. you see boats tied up, this is part of the intracoastal. you can see the boat doing a bit of bobbing. this is actually good because looking at the position of the
could have definitely gotten a more targeted hit and the damage could be far worse. let me walk over here and show you this is the intercoastal. this is a very low lying area and the water is already creeping up to the edge. we will have tropical storm force winds at least through 9:00 this morning and all of that heavy wind will continue to creating a potential of flood. this is something we're going to deal with for several more hours. the devastation doesn't look as catastrophic. we have more time experiencing the winds 95-115 miles an hour. much stronger than that. it is a night time story that adds to part of the danger and so it is going to be a very busy morning once the storm
assessment to start beginning of the reporting live, cbs news. >> 264 people were killed in haiti when matthew crippled the nation. roughly 26 million people in the states are under a hurricane or tropical storm warning or watch. hurricane matthew is having an effect here in denver as well. dozens of flights to florida are grounded. airports in miami. fort lauderdale, west palm there's continued cancellations today and the weekend. >> we are working on finding out what's going on on 50th and cash cash. a car crashed and a driver took off. cbs4 is there live gathering facts. tell us what you know, jamie. reporter: the intersection is closed and perimeters set up. we have adams county sheriff's office as well as state patrol assisting. this is a really involved scene
and police were pursuing a car that crashed. i want to give you a close up look to show you how badly damaged this vehicle is. i talked to a gas station owner and he said he saw this vehicle just before it crashed. it came flying by his gas station. it was driving on a rim and shooting sparks everywhere and crashed near 50th and washington. just to give you an idea of where we are, we're by the that car crashed and one person inside fled. the gas station manager told me that person ran up to the door of his gas station and tried to get in. the gas station manager said no way, you're not getting into my store. he continued to run. there was another person in the car as well. we're told that person sustained serious injuries and was transported to the hospital. right now, we have assistance from the air. they're still searching for
he's described as a black male. probably not wearing shoes. about 6 feet tall slender built in his 20s. the search continues. we're going to keep an eye on it. >> jamie, thank you. let's get a check now on friday's forecast and the traffic situation. >> good morning to you. it is a cold morning. first official freeze of the season. now fog is northern colorado. visibility at a half mile or less. freeze warning until 9:00 a.m. for all of us in the eastern plains and the front range. if you have any plans outside, you need to be covered up and honestly do that as soon as possible this morning. 36 at wheat ridge. 34 in thornton. erie is below freezing. bolder freezing at 32. 9:00 a.m. 42.
no problem warming up to 65. that's 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. still a few degrees below normal. we'll get back above normal for the weekend. looks like a beautiful weekend. right now, let's get a check on the traffic. >> hi ashton, good morning. here's a look at what's going on on our cbs4 cam now. it's looking nice and wide open. with more cars on the road, that could definitely change. as jamie was eluding the traffic situation, there's many closures around the incident from 49th to 51st. what i would honestly say take brighten boulevard or i-25 to go north because those streets are going to be closed around there for quiet a while. >> people living in the town of kipp, kansas are cleaning up
>> it's really, really sad. your entire life pretty much in a field or further. i keep reminding myself we're all safe in here. >> several tornadoes briefly touched down in kansas as severe weather moved through the state. this morning, dia is adding some new parking spaces which means more options for travelers. it's four stories and brand new. sheen is there live for anybody who has circled and circled trying to find a spot, sheen, this is great news. >> certainly. we could all use extra space to park at the airport and this will help with that issue. this building started construction a year ago and all together cost $45 million. a brand new addition to denver international airport. all together there's 1800 spots added to this airport that
main terminal. the new instruction will include more electrical car charging stations as well as the option to reserve a spot online. spots are going to run for $3 an hour or $24 a day. this is all part of the process dia started a few years ago to provide options for travelers that need to leave their car at the airport. this is going to bring the total number of spots to almost 17,000 and when you include all the options in the surrounding areast never quiet enough. they're glad to have the new edition. they open to customers at 7:00 a.m. today. live, cbs4 morning news. >> sheen, thank you very much. family wants answers after a husband and father was killed for no apparent reason gunned down in aurora miles from his lakewood home. andrea has the story. >> she asks me all the time where's my daddy and i have to
>> bonny can't explain why her husband, 22-year-old, was mysteriously killed not far from his home. >> he told me he was going to play pool with his friends and the last thing he told me was i love you. >> awe error i can't police found him shot in the head. they found him sitting in a pulled up beside him. they pulled him from his car in the street and shot him and ran. >> he was a nice person. he never had any kind of problems like that. >> he was transported to a hospital and died three days later. now, the family hopes a 2,000- dollar crime stoppers reward will help police track down the killer. >> you already took him away from us and destroyed our lives. just come forward and say what you did to him.
for my husband. that's all i want. >> cbs4 news. >> ahead, there's plans to add trails to the old rocky flat spots. can you do that? >> why it may be a good idea to buy your holiday airline tickets this week and the major lay offs at one blood testing company. you're in for a chilly start for the day if you haven't been outside yet. we had a freeze warning. ashton is going to talk about a
. now there are plans to add 5 miles of public trails in that area around rocky flats. here's the latest. >> we're really concerned about the amount of platonium in the of funding that's been here for the project. >> we're not here for the weather. >> it's not just insane, it's criminal. >> many are concerned with the amount still in the soil. >> we don't know what's underneath the soil that might be disturbed when the workers constructing the trails might
expiecive to the residents. >> it's not going to be advanced trails but trails children can enjoy, beginners can enjoy. >> many call for many independent solo testing to find out if the children are safe. >> we were to county is doing some of the soiled testing on the site. u.s. fish and wild life hopes to hold three more meetings to bring in the public and the input on what the final site will look like. right now, we want to give you a check on traffic. good morning, joe. >> good morning, britt. let's take a look at i-25. it's looking good. there's cdot wrapping up construction. no major accidents or stalls to report in the area.
of the metro live picture, slow downs north bound i-25 at highway 36. there's also an accident at walnut and 40th just off the highway there. but allen and ashton are in colorado's weather center tracking hurricane matthew. good morning. >> good morning to you, joe. we are definitely keeping an eye on matthew and going to show you the latest track and where they are right now. we want to talk about the temperatures across colorado. cold morning so far. for denver, first official freeze of the season. teens and 20s in the colorado high country. 14 right now in ledville. meanwhile, 30s around denver and fort collins. watching fog up to the north. this afternoon temperatures top out to the 50s and we top out to 60s around the front range. cold this morning but a pleasant day later on. doppler 4,000 showing mostly clear skies with one exception
creating a problem near fort morgan. visibility less than a half mile there. it's improved in just a little bit. still only a mile visibility there. as you take a look at the wider picture, this will stay parked right where it is, right over colorado through the weekend. nothing but sunshine for us through the weekend with a nice warming trend thanks to this high. after 65 this afternoon, we'll top out at 72 tomorrow. 73 coming up on sunday and down to 67 next tuesday with maybe a chance for some showers. here in colorado's weather center and allen, we're talking about matthew. >> i'm stunned as i watch this. i think folks need to understand how it's working. this is actually the fartherrest spot west on the east coast. >> jacksonville. >> i did a few years and worked in denver in the 90s. it's interesting this oddly
that the gulf stream runs out here and that's the warmer water, right. >> correct. as you get closer to the coast, the water actually gets cooler there which is unusual. what i want to do here is take this full screen and show you the last 24 hours of matthew. we'll flip to the other computer if we could. this was 5:00 a.m. yesterday and you can see the center of the storm as it made its way up off the coast of miami and no n cape canaveral. they've reported wind gusts of 100 miles per hour in cape canaveral. the strongest part of the hurricane is on the right front side of the hurricane. that's offshore. and if matthew continues to move parallel to the coast, that could mean that florida could dodge the worst of this. there's still going to be damage and flooding and storm serge here but as we take a
to daytona beach, the eye of the storm and stronger wind should stay off the coast. if this robles any farther to the west, that could be a problem. it could make land fall and cat two storm this weekend in south carolina. look at the latest track. it goes out into the atlantic and then it swings back towards south florida. this will be tuesday of next week. still a little too far again and hit the southern tip of florida as a direct hit that could create more problems. >> exactly. >> explain to people. i think a lot of people don't understand the concept of storm certain. as i understand it, a hurricane sits like a bowel in the water. push the bowl down and what do you get? >> and the water starts coming
lines. the wind gets head lines and we only talk about the wind. we use to win the hurricane strength. with all the wind, it causes that serge of water and the water comes up on to the coast and that's, that's what kills people and does the most damage. it's the storm serge because it's a huge wave of water that can sometimes go miles inland. >> yeah, right. you have a lot of houses built 10-11 feet above cases of 140-mile an hour winds. >> thanks for explaining. let's go to the news room.
. it's the right time maybe to find a plane ticket for the christmas holidays. here's kenneth craig with the money watch. >mortgage rates keeping their level since july. on wall street thursday, the dow slipped 12 points. the nasdaq dropped 9. more than 300 employees are set to lose their jobs as the controversial blood testing company shuts down clinical labs and wellness centers. it was known for its low cost test that use a few drops of
federal blows. if you're planning to fly for christmas, this week may be the best time to buy the ticket. that's according to the airline prediction at hopper. they found the cheapest flights are found 80 days before the departure now. prices are 12% lower than last week's prices. log on to cbsmoneywatch.com. >let's get a check on the friday situation. we'll start with ashton. >> good morning to you. here in colorado, no weather related problems today. if you're going south it looks good as well. phoenix, 94. l.a.83 with a nice weekend. pacific north west rain. snow in western montana today. kansas city 60 with mostly cloudy skies and a few thunderstorms in dallas. 74 in d.c. and a ton of problems in florida thanks to category 3 hurricane matthew.
there. the rest of the airports across the country in good shape. joe is here with the morning traffic. >> good morning. here's a look at i-70 on the way to d.i. a. for now, no major delays. it's nice and wide open. also on i-70 and new york you're going to see speeds 150. allen, we're still working the walnut and york. otherwise, the only trouble spot is north bound, i-25. >> up to the minute information on hurricane matthew. >so many people effected by that one. this coming up, they are massive, worth millions and they were stolen. now the search for some rv's
. another day and another injury update. the broncos continue to take the shoulder prognosis day by day. yesterday was better than wednesday so that's good news. after not practicing wednesday, trevor was limited yesterday. we seen him throwing the football and that was a good sign. his left shoulder was heavily wrapped after practice and still no rush the name the starter. certainly liked what he saw >he threw the ball fine today. you can tell the rotation and stuff is something you got to get use to. kind of like working through a hip corner is the way it's described. you got to work through the soreness and get it going again. >> broncos back home hosting
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. good morning everyone and thanks for joining us. we have breaking news to bring you out of denver. these are live pictures of a wild scene that recently inned. a man takes off running. police officers are still looking for him. this is happening in the area of 50th and washington. >> part of the rear came off in the street. jamie live at the scene. terrible accident to show us. we'll hear from her in a few minutes. wait until you see the pictures of the vehicle involved. a lot going on this morning. >> happy friday everyone. let's start off with colorado's forecast and then we'll talk